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Shaker Card

Hi Everyone,

is me again, this time with a Shaker card, I made for the 50th birthday of a good friend of mine.


I took my Papertrey numbers and die cut them into a shaker card. The sentiment is also by Papertrey. Added some striped paper (an envelope liner - got a lot of mileage out of this one) and an enamel dot.


Linking up with:

AAA Challenges - CAS Shaker
Shopping our Stash - pink (the numbers are several years old)

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Comments

Cathy said…
awesome card Cornelia, the numbers make a brilliant shaker, Cathy x
Suchi said…
This is soooooooooo gorgeous Cornelia! Love the way you made shaker out of 50! :)
Suchi xx
Melissa L. said…
OOOO, Cornelia! I love me a birthday shaker! This is simply gorgeous. Love the 50! :) The pink and black and white are super together and I love the little heart too. I really like this card! Thanks for playing along at AAA Cards- Shaker challenge. Melissa
Ruth said…
Brilliant shaker - the numbers are such a good size for this. Love the colour of the background behind the shaker elements and the stripes along the bottom - works so well together. Xx
*Vicki* said…
Super fun card with the shaker numbers!! Your friend will love it! :)
Mac Mable said…
Fabulous idea to use the numbers for the shaker. Vibrant and fun colours x
Kim Heggins said…
LOVE this card and can't wait to make one just like it! So fun and so clean too and as clever as can be. Just love your number shaker...you are so creative.
conil said…
Oh man, some 50 year old is going to be absolutely delighted with this card. It truly is an awesome way to mark for a milestone.
Pam said…
Great card!
Susanne Vargas said…
Schlicht, aber mit viel Pep! Super toll!
Rosmarie said…
Einfach aber sehr Wirkungsvoll! Sieht echt toll aus!
Chana Malkah said…
What a wonderful CAS Design! I love the large graphic and the lovely use of color. Thanks so much for accepting the challenge this week at Shopping Our Stash!
Hugz,
Chana, DT
Anita in France said…
Brilliant, Cornelia ... love the crisp graphic look of the stripes paired with the fun sequins in your fabulous shaker! Hugs, Anita :)
Monika Reeck said…
wow
shaker number
again clever and so CAS and adorable
will be the winner card I believe it
happy sunday Cornelia
G Peplow said…
WOW you've made some great cards but this is a WOWZER!! LOve the shaker 50, and the striped panel :D xx
Jenny Colacicco said…
Cornelia this is totally awesome!!! POW color and great great idea for shaker while keeping it CAS! Thanks for sharing with us at AAA!

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